The rate applied to large financial transactions, often used by institutions and businesses for significant foreign exchange transactions.
The interest rate on interbank loans in the wholesale money market, reflecting short-term lending and borrowing conditions among financial institutions.
The accounting treatment of warranties, including estimated warranty expenses and liabilities.
A rule that prevents investors from claiming a tax loss on the sale of a security if they repurchase the same or substantially identical security shortly afterward.
The average cost of financing a company's operations, taking into account the cost of debt and equity.
A retirement savings plan that combines features of a Roth IRA and a traditional 401(k).
The practice of manipulating financial statements or transactions to make a company's financial position appear more favorable than it actually is.
A specified amount of income that is exempt from withholding taxes.
The difference between a corporation's current assets vs current liabilities, representing its short-term liquidity.
Investments that have become entirely without value and are written off as losses.
A type of second mortgage in which a new mortgage includes the existing first mortgage.